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Mango leaves good for kidney treatment, diabetes — Doctor Mango leaves good for kidney treatment, diabetes — Doctor

An Abuja based herbal doctor, Dr Bamidele Joshua, said the consumption of mango leaves helps in the treatment of kidney and gall stones ...

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Telecom masts don’t cause cancer, other diseases – NCC Telecom masts don’t cause cancer, other diseases – NCC

The Nigerian Communications Commission has allayed fears that telecommunication masts cause cancer and other health problems.

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5 Benefits Of Cucumber Water 5 Benefits Of Cucumber Water

Cucumber water has become a popular drink not just among fitness fanatics, but most people in the world. More people are enjoying the healt...

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Dying patients beg FG to end doctors’ strike Dying patients beg FG to end doctors’ strike

Some patients affected by the ongoing industrial action embarked upon by the resident doctors across the country have appealed to the Fed...

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Gynaecologist warns against oral s3x Gynaecologist warns against oral s3x

Prof. Adegboyega Fawole of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH), has warned that Human Papiloma Virus (HPV) has been found in ...

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Doctors’ strike: Minister orders NYSC members, consultants, interns to take over Doctors’ strike: Minister orders NYSC members, consultants, interns to take over

Sequel to the industrial action by National Association of Resident Doctors, NARD, Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has ordered heads of ...

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No woman should die of breast cancer in Nigeria — Ondo first lady No woman should die of breast cancer in Nigeria — Ondo first lady

The Wife of Ondo State Governor, Arabinrin Akeredolu has appealed to all Nigerians to join in the effort to spread the awareness about b...

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Cell-phone radiation causes male infertility – Expert Cell-phone radiation causes male infertility – Expert

Prof. Ganiyu Arinola, a Senior Lecturer of Immunology at the University of Ibadan, has said cell-phone radiation might likely cause male in...

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Paediatrician harps on importance of first breast milk for babies Paediatrician harps on importance of first breast milk for babies

Dr Mariya Yola, a Pediatrician in the National Hospital, Abuja has urged nursing mothers not to deny their babies from accessing the first ...

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‘Strange disease’ in Kogi diagnosed as gastroenteritis ‘Strange disease’ in Kogi diagnosed as gastroenteritis

Kogi State Health Commissioner Dr. Saka Audu said yesterday the alleged strange disease had been diagnosed as gastroenteritis.

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Nigerian Doctors to Buhari: 'Replicate UK health facilities here' Nigerian Doctors to Buhari: 'Replicate UK health facilities here'

Doctors have made a request from President Muhammadu Buhari – he should replicate in Nigeria the medical equipment he saw in hospitals b...

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Experts warn against cutting of female clit0ris, non-circumcision of male child Experts warn against cutting of female clit0ris, non-circumcision of male child

A medical expert, Dr. Lauretta Orji, yesterday said that males who are not circumcised have 10 to 15 times recurrence cases of urinary trac...

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Professor reveals benefits of early morning s3x Professor reveals benefits of early morning s3x

Prof. Musa Yakubu of the University of Ilorin, Kwara State says having s3x in the early morning lowers blood pressure and reduces risks o...

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Lassa fever contacts in Ogun hits 106 Lassa fever contacts in Ogun hits 106

Ogun State government on Sunday disclosed that the number of suspected contacts of the victim of Lassa fever in the state has risen from...

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Lassa fever scare hits Borno Lassa fever scare hits Borno

The Commissioner of Health in Borno State, Haruna Mshelia, has said one suspected case of Lassa fever had been reported in the state.

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Key points about Lassa fever Key points about Lassa fever

The ‘multimammate rat’ called Mastomys natalensis which has many breasts and lives in the bush and around residential areas is the reser...

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Study reveals how saliva help wounds heal faster Study reveals how saliva help wounds heal faster

A recent study has revealed that human saliva contains a chemical (antimicrobial peptide) which boosts the formation of blood vessels and h...

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Let Babies Enjoy Breastfeeding – Commissioner Warns Nigerian Fathers Let Babies Enjoy Breastfeeding – Commissioner Warns Nigerian Fathers

The Lagos State Commissioner for Information, Mr Steve Ayorinde, has urged fathers not to compete for space with their babies during the pe...

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100 LUTH staff on Lassa surveillance after 2 deaths 100 LUTH staff on Lassa surveillance after 2 deaths

Two patients being treated for Lassa fever at Lagos University Teaching Hospital have died in one week, only days after they were hospit...

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Killing Nigerians softly with soft drinks Killing Nigerians softly with soft drinks

By Owei Lakemfa I bought two products of the Coca Cola conglomerate three days ago. They are bottles of Fanta and Sprite. I looked for...

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